Fans who tuned in for last week's episode of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" were left with a cliffhanger. In part one of the Super Bowl special, Charlie, who got left behind in Philly as The Gang traveled to Minneapolis, made a mess of Paddy's Pub in an effort to defend it. His "Home Alone"-style booby traps ended up severely injuring him as cardboard cutouts of Jason Kelce and Beau Allen turned into encouraging hallucinations. What we didn't get to see was Mac, Dee and Frank's trip to Minneapolis (this is one of the episodes that omitted Dennis). Based on a trailer for Wednesday night's episode, it's questionable whether they ever made it there.If Charlie doesn't bleed to death, there's a good chance they'll come back with a disturbing story to tell him. The entire special seems to make fun of the idea that every action of every superstitious fan has a direct impact on the outcome of every Eagles game. If they win, it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy, but if they lose it's … [Read more...] about ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ completes Eagles Super Bowl special tonight
Detroit Free Press Published 1:54 PM EDT Oct 30, 2018 The Detroit Lions added to their defense last week via trade. On Tuesday, they subtracted from their offense. Golden Tate as been traded to the Philadelphia Eagles, reportedly for a third round draft pick according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Come back to freep.com for more details later. … [Read more...] about Detroit Lions trade Golden Tate to Philadelphia Eagles
The Sixers have finally given us some real basketball to talk about, and the opening of the season can only mean one thing: the return of the mailbag is upon us. You have burning questions about Dario Saric, Markelle Fultz, Joel Embiid and the rest of the gang, and I'm here to give you the best answers I can give throughout the season.This year, we're going to lock in on a question and answer article that will be available for you every Friday during the season, alternating between detailed mailbags like these and rapid-fire live chats where you can pepper me with questions while you're eating lunch and waiting to get out of the office. Next Friday will be the first live chat of the season and the first I've actually done for PhillyVoice, so if new questions pop up between now and next week, prepare to fire away then.As for this week, the team's 2-3 start has provided us with plenty to debate already. Let's start with a question that's pressing in both the short and long term, and … [Read more...] about Sixers mailbag: Should Dario Saric be a fixture in Philadelphia’s long-term plan?
Some of y’all would probably prefer Philadelphia’s City Council dedicate its time to locating that missing $33 million, finding more funding for schools, or legislating on a wide array of other issues that you deem most important here in America’s birthplace. Not me, though. Nope. As far as I'm concerned, City Council lived up to its calling to represent the people they were elected to serve with one simple unanimous vote at City Hall today, aka Thursday, October 25, 2018. For it was on this day that the legislative body passed a resolution – introduced by Councilwoman-at-large Helen Gym and co-sponsored by all of her peers – to honor “the spirit and passion that Gritty has brought to the City of Philadelphia and to the entire country, both on and off the ice.”It’s a resolution that restores faith in politics and civic relations, taking heed of Gritty’s evolution from widely hated to utterly beloved in a matter of hours. (It also … [Read more...] about Whereas, Philadelphia City Council honored Gritty on Thursday because Gritty totally rules
If you’re looking to get a little spooky (or festive!) without interrupting your fitness routine all that much, we’ve rounded up a list of 13 Halloween-inspired workouts going on in and around Philadelphia on Oct. 31st, as well as the days leading up to the candy corn holiday.Read on for some Halloween-themed and mischief-filled sweat sessions going on between now and then. When: 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26Where: Jtown Hot Yoga; 115 Levering St., ManayunkWhat: This Bikram express class will feature the standard 26 Hatha postures performed twice, but instead of the room being silent — only being interrupted by the voice of the instructor — class will be backed by some spooky Halloween-themed beats.Cost: $20; register here.When: 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 27Where: Art Museum front steps; 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, FairmountWhat: Join Core-Fitness for their annual Halloween celebration featuring a very festive prop — a pumpkin. … [Read more...] about 13 Halloween-themed workouts and fitness events in Philadelphia